Next Issue welcomes National Geographic

4th of July weekend is made up of food, family, fun, and fireworks. And our newest magazines are quite a spectacle themselves. You’ll feel like a firsthand explorer of life on our planet (and beyond) with four National Geographic titles. Just tap (+) in the app to add them to your library.

Already anticipating the end-of-World-Cup blues? Us too. This week’s reads will give you the inside dish on the Tour de France (beginning today!) and a roundup of ways to fan the flames of your inner happiness.

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Enemies of the State

Vogue

“Over the last two years, I think they’ve seen we’re not the sort of people who give up.” Masha and Nadya of Pussy Riot have been vilified in Russia for their fearless brand of activism, but they are not about to back down.

Where Are They Now?

Sports Illustrated

Catch up with 12 familiar faces, from Baby Jordan and Hammerin’ Hank to an epically inept NFL team in Sports Illustrated’s 15th annual “Where Are They Now?” feature story.

The V Word

Allure

It’s referenced in the Bible and countless works of Shakespeare. It’s been the victim of misinformation, the subject of monologues, and the inspiration for Georgia O’Keeffe masterpieces. Welcome to the first-ever Allure guide to the vagina. There, we said it.

Once Upon a Time in America

Condé Nast Traveler

Danish photographer Anders Overgaard and his world-traveling family had seen New York and California. But it wasn’t until a weeks-long journey of discovery across the West—through canyons and rapids, on horseback and by helicopter—that they truly experienced the land of the free and the home of the brave.

Introducing National Geographic

The Hunt for Life Beyond Earth

National Geographic

Is anybody out there? This age-old question may be answered in our lifetimes. Astrobiologists are working on sending probes to Jupiter and Europa, places many believe hold all the ingredients needed for life.

Treasure: 3 Stories of Lost Riches Found

National Geographic Kids

For centuries, treasures worth billions of dollars have been lost or hidden around the world. As you swipe through these pages, you’ll see three stories of famous treasures lost and found.

Steeped in Darjeeling

National Geographic Traveler

There is only one place in the world that produces what’s known as “the champagne of teas.” Andrew McCarthy heads to Darjeeling, in the northern hills of India, in search of the most perfect cup in the world.

Fluffy Sloth Bears

National Geographic Little Kids

National Geographic Little Kids is filled with irresistible photos, learning experiences, and games for kids ages 3 to 6. In this story, little ones will learn all about sloth bear families while boosting their reading skills.

Because You're Happy

The Little Meaningful Things Happily Married Couples Do

Ladies' Home Journal

The small stuff really does count. And to prove it, husbands and wives tell us here about the simple (and romantic!) gestures that make their relationships tick.

Home Practice Sequence: Breathe for Joy

Yoga Journal

Stretching sideways can activate core muscles, expand breathing, and bring feelings of spaciousness to many aspects of your life. Cultivate lightness, levity, and energy flow with this healing 16-pose sequence.

Secrets to the Best Life—Unlocked

O, The Oprah Magazine

Upgrading your life doesn’t require an epic, wallet-busting overhaul. The key is taking what you’ve got and improving it one tiny change at a time. Ready? Your world’s about to get a lot more fabulous.

Go On, Have an Adventure

Health

Resist routine and discover new ways to get a happier everyday life. Inspiration has arrived in the form of these nine mini-thrill ideas.

Feet, Gears & Wheels

Fastest In The West

Backpacker

Heather “Anish” Anderson set a new speed record on the 2,660-mile Pacific Crest Trail. But did she win the most important race, the one against herself?

Contraband

Road & Track

Thirty years ago, Miami Vice aired its first episode, white powder ruled South Florida, and car guys won the war on drugs. Okay, nobody won the war on drugs, but if you loved cars the pop-culture collateral damage paid off.

The Tour de France Is Crazy!

Bicycling

The drama! The characters! The geekery! Bicycling’s annual celebration of the world’s greatest race, plus the ultimate fan’s guide to this year’s contenders.

My Inner Ken Block

Automobile

Ford Racing School’s new ST Octane Academy teaches rallycross in the style of famous stunt racer Ken Block. We go there, grasping the flyaway handbrake and the importance of a fresh type of motorsports.

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